Traditional Korean Medicine – Korean Herbs

by: Junji Takano

Korean herbs are gaining popularity worldwide. However, do they effectively prevent viral diseases and diseases of unknown cause? Some claim so.

Many Koreans believe that Korean delicacies are not only delicious but also possess restorative properties similar to medicinal herbs. Korean ginseng, garlic, peppers, green teas, and onions are just a few examples.

Korean Kimchi

Nutritional Benefits Yet Limitations

Let's take the most famous Korean national delicacy, kimchi, a pickle made with vegetables such as cabbage and white radish seasoned with chili, garlic, and ginger. Its taste is exquisite, and many of us enjoy it as a special addition to our meals. Scientifically, it is claimed to contain vital essences that contribute to a healthy body.

Despite these claims, there are still many sick people in Korea. They consume more food than people from other nations, so why are they unable to escape from common ailments such as high blood pressure, cancer, and the common cold (influenza)?

On the other hand, the Japanese consume a lot of raw fish and seafood. Some doctors in Japan argue that these foods promote a healthy body. While I agree that both Korean and Japanese cuisine are beneficial for health, neither of these foods can prevent viral diseases and diseases of unknown cause.

Once again, I emphasize that these foods are tasty and good for your health. Many believe that they possess medicinal properties, but why are they unable to effectively treat illnesses?

The Potential of Herbal Remedies

Poison from living animals and plants may be more essential for healing if used correctly. Of course, the dosage must be carefully studied. Perhaps the key lies in the proper utilization of these toxins to combat viral diseases and diseases of unknown cause.

Take the case of Opium extracted from opium poppy; Viagra, which may be beneficial for patients with an enlarged heart; thalidomide, which could be used to prevent the spread of cancer. I am not a scientist or doctor, but it is possible that these toxins, such as snake saliva, blowfish blood, and opium poppy fluid, could be essential for healing.

My Research on Effective Utilization

I am currently studying how these Korean delicacies can be transformed into medicinal remedies. You will find the answers here. For hundreds of years, Korean ginseng, garlic, peppers, onions, and many others, including kimchi, have been regarded as medicinal and capable of curing various diseases, or at the very least, acting as preventative herbs. However, the suffering in Korea has not diminished. Instead, the number of diseases is increasing. What is wrong with these well-known and popular herbs? It seems that these herbs in Korea are not working as expected.

My research into the history of Chinese and Korean herbs, including Japanese herbs, has revealed that they do indeed work if used correctly. Most of the published books on the subject were written by doctors and scientists who merely copied the works of others. Many scientists focus on extracting essences from herbs, believing that boiling or grinding can dissolve these essences in water. However, these ideas are incomplete.

Consider my PYRO-ENERGEN technology; I do not follow or copy the ideas of others because scientists have failed to heal or eradicate viral diseases. Therefore, the methods scientists employ to extract essences from herbs, whether through boiling, grinding, or any other means, may be incorrect or incomplete.

The answer lies not in the extracted essence or minerals from herbs, but rather in the unknown composition of herbs not yet discovered by scientists and doctors. That is what I believe.

A Simple and Effective Technique

You may think that we simply consume raw ginseng or raw garlic, but that is not the case. Many books claim that garlic and onion reduce hypertension, but that is not entirely true. In fact, the more garlic you consume, the higher your blood pressure may rise. Garlic alone does not reduce your blood pressure to normal levels. You can try whatever you want, but garlic will remain the same as raw garlic. So, how is it that old medical books state that these herbs, especially garlic, are powerful medicinal foods for hypertension?

My research has continued, and I believe I have found a clue on how to utilize these herbs effectively for treating diseases. It is not necessary to use specifically Korean ingredients. Any type of ginseng, garlic, ginger, onion, pepper, or kimchi will suffice.

Garlic and Oil

The technique is quite simple. Let's take garlic as an example. Prepare some garlic and remove the skin. Take an equal weight of any dressing oil. Combine them in a clay or ceramic container and heat them at 50 degrees Celsius for approximately one hour. Then, allow the mixture to cool at room temperature. Once cooled, you can store it in the refrigerator.

You can use this oil and garlic mixture as a dressing for your food. It is highly beneficial for hypertension, as stated in old Chinese and Korean herbal books. The same technique can be applied to other herbs as well. This method works for all herbs. No one thought of this simple technique, did they? Give it a try.

About the Author:

Junji Takano, the authorJunji Takano is a Japanese health researcher involved in investigating the cause of many dreadful diseases. In 1968, he invented PYRO-ENERGEN, the first and only electrostatic therapy machine that effectively eradicates viral diseases, cancer, and diseases of unknown cause.
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